Published: 31 May 2013
Cancer Research Wales is seeking supporters to take part in its annual Golf Day on Thursday 6th June. Participants will… more
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30 Jun 2013
Join Cancer Research Wales for our annual 16 mile Family Bike Ride. Starting from Whitchurch Sports and Social Club, the route is largely off road and flat; following the Taff Trail to Cardiff Bay and a circular route back to Whitchurch. Take in the beautiful views of the bay, Penarth Marina, the barrage and even the White Water Rafting Centre.
Please pre-register for this event. Entry is £7 per person, with an optional BBQ priced at £3 and T Shirt for £8. Download your entry form here: Entry Form
Please note that all cyclists must wear a helmet and all children under 16 years old must be accompanied by an adult.
Cancer Research Wales would be grateful if participants could raise additional sponsor money for this event.
4 Aug 2013
Be part of cycling history, Cancer Research Wales has 2 Golden Ballot places for London 100. Cycle 100 miles in aid of Cancer Research Wales and be part of a lasting legacy of the 2012 London Olympic and the Paralympics Games.
20,000 cyclists will have the chance to cycle a modified version of the London 2012 Olympic Road Race. A minimum sponsorship of £499 is required. Call us on 029 2031 6976 for further information and to register your interest. For further information on this event please visit: http://www.ridelondon.co.uk/
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